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385 Pages of Unit Studies!


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Hundreds of Hours of Learning

for Grades K-12

GREAT for both homeschool families and teachers in the classroom!

This E-Book contains 20 interactive PDF Unit Studies, with 385 pages of content, including 150 lesson plans and worksheets for grades K-12!



Each Unit Study:

  • Was developed by a team of certified education specialists
  • Is provided with 20 - 50 clickable links
  • Contains additional related online and book resources
  • Contains 6-8 lessons and 2-6 worksheets
  • Is cross-curricular with 10-30 pages of learning for grades K-12
  • Contains hundreds of hours of online and offline learning!

The following Unit Studies are included in this E-Book:

Photography Unit Study - A picture is worth a thousand words is a familiar phrase for many people. With a simple "click" of a camera, scenes and events are recorded on film. Once developed, the images in photographs can spark discussions and evoke emotions that range from roars of laughter to tears of sadness. Join this exploration of the history, art and process of photography.

Printmaking Unit Study - There are many different types of printmaking. Today we look at some of these types and explore the beauty created by them. Join HLN today as we learn about printmaking techniques and how your child can use them!

Impressionists Unit Study -- The Impressionist movement took place in France during a time of great change. They were inspired by the social and industrial innovation of the day to try new and radical techniques in their painting. The Impressionists would forever change the art world and launch the beginning of the modern art movement.


James Audubon Unit Study

John James Audubon is considered one of the first naturalists in America. This unit explores his life and interests in nature, and takes you on a journey of lessons related to nature and environmentalism.



Early Renaissance Unit Study

The Early Italian Renaissance was a true rebirth of art and culture. At its height masters like Brunelleschi, Donatello and Botticelli created some of the most revolutionary art in history. Join HLN as we discover the ways that this period forever changed the way we look at art.



Late Renaissance Unit Study

The High Renaissance only lasted for a brief period (c.1495-1520) under the genius of a few great artists-Michelangelo, Da Vinci, Raphael and Titian. Join HLN as we explore these great masters who changed the course of art history!



Castles Unit Study

Castles have long piqued the fantasies of both the young and old. Travel back in time and explore the castles of Europe with this set of cross-curricular lesson plans!



Frank Lloyd Wright Unit Study

Frank Lloyd Wright was an architect who created beautiful, original, contemporary architecture, and highlighted it with many spectacular colors and patterns. He blended his work with nature in such a way that we continue to look to him for inspiration!



Puppetry Unit Study

Come explore the universe of puppetry! Learn about the history of puppets around the world, plus how to make puppets and put on your own production!

Drama Unit Study

Introducing theater arts is a fun and rewarding way to expand any curriculum. Here is a set of games and activities to use with children to help them explore their world and learn too!



Georgia O'Keeffe Unit Study

Georgia O'Keeffe is the twentieth century's most important woman artists. She painted subjects already covered by other artists but in a way that no one had ever done before. She received honors from the art world and two presidents. O'Keeffe became one of America's best-known and most popular artists. Her work is exhibited in museums throughout the world. Come explore the life and works of this remarkable artist who has given us many beautiful and thought provoking paintings.



Pablo Picasso Unit Study

Pablo Picasso, by all accounts a complicated, difficult man, was, nevertheless, one of the most gifted and prolific artists in history. His body of 50,000 works includes paintings, drawings, prints, stage sets, sculpture, etchings, lithographs, tiles, ceramics, murals, poetry, and screenplays. His styles include realism, surrealism, cubism, and neoclassicism. Study of the life and work of a most versatile and renowned artist.

Art of Ancient Rome Unit Study

Have you ever heard of the saying that "all roads lead to Rome"? Have you ever wondered where that came from? The Romans built thousands of miles of roadways that lead from Rome to places that they conquered. The Romans also built huge theaters, colosseums, and places of worship. They used the arch and invented the dome, cement, and concrete.



Ancient Greek Art Unit Study

Ancient Greek art is the fad that started it all! Greek artists applied their artistic skills to sculptures, paintings, mosaic, jewelry making, relief sculptures and pottery making. They experimented with new techniques and new concepts, and their examples have withstood through the generations and have influenced Western civilization up to the present day. Come and see how many of the art pieces you see today have their roots in Greece!



Music Theory - Unit Study

Music theory and learning to read music may seem intimidating to some, but the truth is that it's no more difficult to master than reading words and letters!



Music Genres Unit Study

What would the world be without music! Almost all societies on our planet have music as part of their cultures. There are many genres of music, all varying widely in characteristics, sounds and structures. Some are traditional while others are viewed as avant-garde. In this unit, travel with HLN as we cross the globe to introduce you to some fascinating musical genres.



Classical Music Unit Study

What is Classical Music? Where did it come from? How has it evolved? These questions have no simple answers. However complex, explanations are as beautiful and rich in history as the pieces of music that inspire the questions. Join HLN as we embark on a journey into the world of Classical Music and discover what this genre of concert sounds is all about.



American Music History Unit Study

American Pop music, like the melting pot that America is known for, draws its roots from all over the world. Here we will mainly explore two groups of American immigrants that perhaps had the greatest influence on modern mainstream music - the first group came as colonists from the British Isles and Northern Europe; the second came from the slaves of Africa. These two groups would evolve their music in separate and segregated worlds that did not mix socially.



Rock and Roll Unit Study

During the 1950s, a unique sound developed in music that became known as rock 'n' roll. Initially considered a fad, rock 'n' roll quickly grew in popularity and is continues to be enjoyed by people around the world. Over the years, numerous types of popular music started from rock 'n' roll. Join HLN as we travel back in time to present some brief highlights in the history of rock music.



Jazz Unit Study

Jazz has often been called "America's classical music." In fact, in 1987, the United States Congress passed a resolution that designated jazz as a national American treasure! Jazz is an art form that has entertained, influenced and inspired people around the world. There are many types of jazz, each one unique in form and structure. In this week's unit, join HLN on our tour of jazz.

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